Columbia's Thompson Nicola
begins at Sicamous in the east and follows the course of the Thompson
and Nicola Rivers. This diverse area includes the Shuswap Lake region
with over 1,100 km of navigable waterways and impressive beaches.
The Thompson and Nicola Valleys include rolling hills with grasslands
where ranches prosper. There are several national
and provincial parks to explore in the region which offer a fisherman's
paradise, with hundreds of lakes
and streams to explore, and world famous Kamloops trout to catch.
is abundant, hiking ample and scenery stunning.
Takysie Lake Resort: The vacation of a lifetime is at Takysie Lake Resort, the super resort of the Lakes District. Here you’ll find cabins, fully contained suites, RV/campsites a restaurant and more -- including spectac... more
Tod Mountain Ranch: Our ranch guests relax in comfortable cabins, and rides take place in almost 30,000 hectares of mountain trails, forest and alpine … home to bear, deer, moose and coyote. Enjoy home cooked meals, fre... more
Stubbs-Island Whale Watching: Cruise the protected waters of Johnstone Strait & Blackfish Archipelago on the NE coast of Vancouver Island, one of the most accessible & predictable location to see Orca (killer) Whales in the world.... more
Lac Des Roches Resort: Our year-round resort on the Fishing Highway overlooks one of BC’s most photographed lakes. From your suite or cabin there’s nothing between you and the lake but a picnic table and fire pit. Relax w... more
Crystal Cabin Gallery: Our gallery on Haida Gwaii / Queen Charlotte Islands has been promoting our local Haida artists for the last 12 years. Visit and see their creativity and love for their Haida culture as we showcase o... more